Saxophone player Charlie Parker comes to New York in 1940. He is quickly noticed for his remarkable way of playing. He becomes a drug addict but his loving wife Chan tries to help him.

The troubled life and career of the jazz musician, Charlie "Bird" Parker. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bird torrent reviews

Brinn O (it) wrote: OK Why the fuck is Aaron Ekhart so agrresively bad? and Bill Nighy AS A FUCKING BAD GUY haaha your kidding right??

Matthew J (mx) wrote: "Undertaking Betty" is a charming comedy without any pretensions and with a lot of good humor.

Jesse O (fr) wrote: This movie didn't really do a lot for me as I found the execution of the concept to be more than lacking. The film tries to mix dark comedy with a noir story and it just doesn't work at all. The cast is more than fine, but their efforts aren't enough to save what is a poorly constructed film. And I really do mean that, it's like two different scripts haphazardly put together to make one film. I did like parts of the film, like Kevin Bacon's appearance as this egotistical actor who's researching a role and who's actually far more perceptive, or perhaps he's just better at guessing, than the cops who're investigating the murder case. It wasn't hilariously clever or anything of the sort, but it was something fun in a film that lacked any real sort of consistent entertainment. There's just this low-budget look and film that is only more noticeable when you see how bad the movie is. The History of Future Folk got away with it because it had a great script, cast and some incredible original songs. You focused on everything that was good about the film instead of the parts that were lacking. This movie, because it was so bad, it made the budget stand out like a sore thumb. There was potential here to make something decent. But the comedy and the noir aspects just never mixed well enough to make a coherent and consistently entertaining film.

Tom M (es) wrote: Watch it for Asia, but get drawn into an adorable love story!!!

Pamela D (gb) wrote: Some decent horror tales. Nothing like Edward Bloch would write, but a respectable lineup nevertheless.

Mark D (au) wrote: Originally a Bruce Lee/James Coburn story. Would have been aot better with Brucie in. The martial arts is slow and sluggish and not very entertaining. Felt more like a Beastmaster/Krull type of film rather than kung fu. Watchable but not great.

Russell H (es) wrote: Will Smith was great. I would have given it 4.5 if they made the fights a little more exciting with some music or something. It was very long and it needed something like that to make the action parts a little more of a payoff.